Walking the Mycelial Web: An Ecologically-Focused Mushroom Foray with Willoughby Arevalo

Victoria folks- check out this amazing mushroom walk put on by Radical Mycologist Willoughby Arevalo. I’ve been on his walks before and learned so much- he’s got a magical and fun way of sharing info on the medicinal, culinary, mycoremediation, ecological functions of fungi. Don’t miss it! Details:

Saturday, April 1, 2017 at Francis/King Park Regional Park, Munn Rd, Saanich, BC. 12-4pm

Led by Willoughby Arevalo, contributor to the book Radical Mycology by Peter McCoy and member of the Vancouver Mycological Society

A participatory, field-based workshop geared towards all levels of experience, covering:

Core Skills for Mushroom Identification
Mushroom Names and Meanings
Fungal Ecology and Biology
Culinary and Medicinal Applications
Ethical Harvesting Practices
Traditional & Contemporary Uses
Cultivation and Mycoremediation Potential
Participants will come to understand the roles that fungi play in symbiosis, succession and regeneration, and how we can ally with fungi to increase resilience in our living systems and communities.

$40-$60 sliding scale. Kids free or by donation. Space is limited. To register, please write to willoughbyarevalo@gmail.com

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